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Kidrockers w/ Buddy, Dengue Fever, The One AM Radio & The Watson Twins, 2/14 & 3/14/10
The Watson Twins were the latest headliners to grace Kidrockers
This Sunday afternoon, the family-friendly Kidrockers returns to The Echo, hosted by comedians Matt Dwyer and Jonah Ray with performances by His Orchestra and LAist favorite Warpaint. In the meantime, enjoy photos taken at Kidrockers shows earlier this year with Buddy and Dengue Fever as well as The One AM Radio and The Watson Twins.
Kidrockers takes place on Sunday, April 25th. 1:00-2:30 PM. $9 via TicketWeb and $12 at the door. All ages, but adults must be accompanied by a child.
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